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At-Risk In-School Youth and Adults
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At-Risk Urban High School Pearls  
Build College Tracks and Develop Core Career Skills
To Transform Their Futures

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High School Student Membership Fee: $10 Per Year
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Empower Pearls To Develop a Growth Mindset
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Pearls Participate in Skills Challenges
Develop Soft Skills
Earn skill certifications to become internship eligible. 




Annual Skills Competition
4 Skill Level Certificates Available
Pearls Increase Earning Potential By $1 Million
Become College Bound
Build a college track to transition from job-bound to college-bound.


Annual College Track Competition






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Seniors

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Inadequate Career Advice or Support 
Before joining a PWP co-curricular chapter at high school, many at-risk students perform poorly. They receive little or no career guidance or advice. They have no strategy, little support, and inadequate resources. 

Core Pearl Growth Mindset Beliefs
• College, although challenging, is the best pathway out of poverty.  

• Careers have a purpose, and that purpose is achieved through challenge.   

• Plans are ways to develop better strategies.

• Strategies, when implemented, produce actions that lead to breakthroughs.

• Breakthroughs produce career prosperity. 


Convert Your Mindset From Job-Bound To College-Bound 
College Track Competition


Develop Core Career Skills
Skills Competition

  











  Risk Factors For Consideration

At-Risk Factors (Learn More )

1. Student Lives In High Crime Zip Code

2. Student Resides In Single Parent Household

3. Parents of Student Have No College Degree or Certification

4. Student Knows People Who Are Involved With Illegal Drugs

At-Risk Factors (Learn More )

5. One or More Parents Have A Criminal Record

6. Student is Exposed To Family Violence or Abuse

7. Household of Student Shows Instability

8. Student Knows/Is Influenced By Gang Members